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Pastor Israel Bursts into the scene with Never Go Down!

There is an undeniable timelessness in Gospel music; it’s a genre flowing with so much milk and honey that never dries, seasoned with flourishing chords and fathomless expressions.

Pastor Israel proves his talents once more with his signature style of music. A powerfully laced soundtrack, mixed with a flawless percussion that is both scintillating and stunning.

“Never Go Down” does not disappoint, as its undertone is imbued with a message of love and faith at the very core, it inspires a lifestyle that yields towards absolute love and trust in Jesus, even in failing and troubling circumstances.

“When the systems of the world are failing… All things are mine. I can never go down.” This is a powerful message from the song as Pastor Israel, popularly known as PI, yields himself totally, sustained with his powerful male vocal, whose tone and expression perfectly emphasizes the message of faith, belief, strength, and trust.

“With Never Go Down,” PI artistically crafted a masterfully-balanced juxtaposition of sparkling and refreshing perspective in his rhythm and sound.

The song is no doubt a classic and a true confession of the unwavering love and power of Christ today, tomorrow and forever.

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By Kingdavid
Which way Nigerian Music?

Nigerian’s music industry has evolved no doubt, looking back to where it is coming from, one can hardly believe the speed at which it got to this point. It didn’t get here by magic, as at 2016 to 2021, the Entertainment and Media Industry is estimated to produce income of up to $2.8 billion according to a report by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC) report.

The big break for the Nigerian Music scene came in just like the book of Ecclesiastes 3: 1, which says “To everything, there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heavens.” Finally, the world decided it was time to hear the African Sound, and Nigeria was a strong pioneer of the African sounds.

The influx of the big stars and record labels from 2004 saw the Nigerian Music Industry evolve into a mega-industry that adds to the GDP of the country. Our local artists within this period began collaborating with the foreign artists, we have seen Dbanj and Kanye West, PSquare and Rick Ross, Frank Edwards and Don Moen, now we have our very own artists earning up to $100,000 per show.

Now, from 2016 to 2019, Nigeria sounds and tunes have become globally recognized and a force to reckon with universally. Asides the foreign collaboration, our artists are getting mega endorsements from international brands like Coca-cola, Nike and other top players. These brands understand the power of numbers and they know the Nigerian sound command the kid of numbers they need as a brand to stay in the spotlight.

Our music is now a commercial exchange in the musical ecosystem and every country is dealing and importing our sounds. The world has indeed awoken to the Nigerian sounds and it is only just beginning.

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By Kingdavid
SINGLES VS ALBUMS – THE MAKING – Part 1

To advance further and faster in the music industry and make your music a long-lasting Money Making Machine, then read this:

In today’s music industry, releasing a song and getting the right reception for it, isn’t as easy as A, B, and C. It’s more complicated. The battle between singles vs albums isn’t getting colder and the market for singles is still leading and might continue to do so, for obvious reasons.

Singles vs Albums has been a heated debate for years in the music industry, so to be ahead, you need to know how to market and distribute your single successfully while considering the pros of releasing an album.

Almost every music streaming platforms are more interested in singles. Radio stations for one, Boomplay, Spotify, Apple Music, etc. The list goes on. This era, knowing what your fans want on one hand, and what your music needs on the other is the line between being an upcoming and becoming a star!

Few other platforms welcome all kinds of music. CeFlix Tunes, the leading gospel music platform in Nigeria, takes on all kinds of gospel music, whether it’s a single or an album. They’ve got you covered as an artist.

When it comes to music, momentum is everything. Releasing singles gives you that momentum you need to blow!

Pushing up one song is easier and effective than pushing an album, but don’t think for one second that it’s that simple. Both options have their pros and cons.

Lady Gaga, Cardi B, Drake are known to release singles first and build anticipation with this move, then finally release their albums. By this time, they have set-up a rolling hype curve that puts their albums on a fiery snowball.

You need to understand the marketing style of music. Most artists make the grave mistake of releasing a single then months later releasing the video…the hype for the song has already grown cold so the video is just a waste of your resources. Music videos are important when pushing a single, and the next thing to go on for is an aggressive follow up on social media and shows/events.

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By Kingdavid